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 2.   Possession, sale or otherwise furnishing a weapon, including but                     Registered Nursing, Emergency Medical Services Authority, Title
      not limited to, any actual or facsimile of a firearm, knife, explosive               22, Peace Officers Standards & Training, California Department
      or other dangerous object, or any item used to threaten bodily                       of Public Health).
      harm without written permission from a district employee, with
                                                                                    For purposes of student discipline under this procedure, conduct is
      concurrence of the College President.
                                                                                    related to college activity or college attendance if it occurs during or in
 3.   Use, possession (except as expressly permitted by law), distribution,         conjunction with any program, activity, or event connected with District
      or offer to sell alcoholic beverages, narcotics, hallucinogenic drugs,        coursework, sponsored or sanctioned by the District or a college of the
      marijuana, other controlled substances or dangerous drugs while               District, or funded in whole or in part by the District or college, whether
      on campus or while participating in any college-sponsored event.              the activity or event occurs on or off campus or during or outside of
                                                                                    instructional hours.
 4.   Presence on campus while under the influence of alcoholic
      beverages, narcotics, hallucinogenic drugs, marijuana, other                  Instructor – Any academic employee of the District in whose class a
      controlled substances or dangerous drugs except as expressly                  student subject to discipline is enrolled, or counselor who is providing or
      permitted by law.                                                             has provided services to the student, or other academic employee who has
                                                                                    responsibility for the student’s educational program.
 5.   Committing or attempting to commit robbery or extortion.
                                                                                    student – Any person currently enrolled as a student at any college or
 6.   Causing or attempting to cause damage to district property or to
                                                                                    in any program offered by the District.
      private property on campus.
                                                                                    Time limit – Any times specified in these procedures may be shortened
 7.   Stealing or attempting to steal district property or private property
                                                                                    or lengthened if there is mutual concurrence by all parties in writing.
      on campus, or knowingly receiving stolen district property or
      private property on campus.                                                   Definitions of types of discipline
                                                                                    (listed in order of severity)
 8.   Willful or persistent smoking in any area where smoking has been
      prohibited by law or by regulation of the college or the District.            The following sanctions may be imposed upon any student found to have
                                                                                    violated the standards of student conduct. The selection of the degree
 9.   Engaging in harassing or discriminatory behavior. The district’s
                                                                                    of severity of sanction to be imposed shall be commensurate with the
      response to instances of sexual harassment will follow the processes
                                                                                    severity of offense. The availability of a less severe sanction does not
      identified in Board Policy and Administrative Procedures 3430.
                                                                                    preclude imposition of a more severe sanction in any circumstance where
 10. Obstruction or disruption of classes, administrative or disciplinary           the more severe sanction is deemed appropriate.
     procedures, or authorized college activities.
                                                                                    Warning – Documented written notice by the CSSO to the student that
 11. Disruptive behavior, willful disobedience, profanity, vulgarity or             continuation or repetition of specific conduct may be cause for other
     other offensive conduct, or the open and persistent defiance of the            disciplinary action. A warning is retained in the college discipline files
     authority of, or persistent abuse of, district/college personnel in            for two complete academic years.
     performance of their duties.
                                                                                    Reprimand – Written notice to the student by the CSSO that the student
 12. Academic dishonesty, cheating, or plagiarism.                                  has violated the Standards of Student Conduct. A reprimand serves as
 13. Forgery; alteration or misuse of district/college documents, records           documentation that a student’s conduct in a specific instance does not
     or identification; or knowingly furnishing false information to the            meet the standards expected at the college and as a warning to the student
     district/college or any related off-site agency or organization.               that further violations may result in further disciplinary sanctions. A
                                                                                    reprimand is permanently retained in the college discipline files.
 14. Unauthorized entry to or use of district/college facilities.
                                                                                    Temporary Removal from Class – Exclusion of the student by an
 15. Violation of district/college rules and regulations including those            instructor for good cause for the day of the removal and the next class
     concerning student organizations, the use of district/college                  meeting. [Education Code Section 76032.]
     facilities, or the time, place, and manner of public expression or
     distribution of materials.                                                     short-term suspension – Exclusion of the student by the CSSO, or
                                                                                    designee, for good cause from one or more classes or activities for a period
 16. Persistent, serious misconduct where other means of correction                 of up to ten (10) consecutive school days. [Education Code Sections
     have failed to bring about proper conduct.                                     76030 and 76031.]
 17. Unauthorized preparation, giving, selling, transfer, distribution,             Disciplinary Probation and/or Temporary Ineligibility to
     or publication of any recording of an academic presentation in                 Participate in extracurricular activities and/or Temporary
     a classroom or equivalent site of instruction, including but not               Denial of other Privileges – Placement of the student on probation
     limited to written class materials, except as permitted by district            by the College President or designee, for good cause, for a specified period
     policy, or administrative procedure.                                           of time not to exceed one academic year during which a student’s fitness to
 18. Violation of professional ethical code of conduct in classroom or              continue to attend school, in light of the student’s disciplinary offenses, is
     clinical settings as identified by state licensing agencies (Board of          tested; and/or temporary exclusion of the student by the College President
                                                                                    or designee, for good cause, from extracurricular activities for a specified
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